IPFire is a hardened Linux appliance distribution designed for use as a firewall.
It offers corporate-level network protection for anyone who needs it, from home users all the way up to large corporations, school networks and authorities.
IPFire focusses on security, stability and ease of use. A variety of add-ons can be installed with a single click, to add more features to the base system.
As the most important issue: Security updates are deployed regularly and promptly.
IPFire is a very small system and can be easily customized with additional functions.
IPFire is free software and developed by an open community, that improves it every single day.
This is the latest release from Wednesday.
|Wednesday||IPFire 2.13 - Core Update 76 released|
|January 12||IPFire 2.13 - Core Update 75 released|
|December 22||IPFire 2.13 - Core Update 74 released|
|Thursday||Firewall Test Day | Come and join us on Jabber|
|April 15||Why Open Source software is so successful [A rant about the consequences of Heartbleed]|
|April 6||Infrastructure #5: Fighting spam|
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